Glenn Udall Joins IoTDrive Automotive to Launch Fleet Strategy

Glenn Udall
Glenn Udall

IoTDrive Automotive (IoTDA) has appointed Glenn Udall, former senior director of fleet procurement and services for Hertz, as its new vice president of business development for the automotive division, the company has announced.

“Glenn’s substantial experience in OEM production, transportation logistics, and fleet operations marks a major turning point in IoTDA’s ability to penetrate new markets,” said Colin McElhatton, CEO of IoTDA. “His credibility and vast professional network will allow us to quickly introduce our pioneering technology for real time, time stamped asset tracking, location, and movement to major operators within the fleet and logistics markets.”

With the Internet of Things (IoT) serving as the method of innovation, IoTDA has developed systems that communicate with one another. Beginning with its revolutionary key and car tracking and locating system for the automotive industry, the company is now expanding into other logical markets.

“IoTDA’s revolutionary ‘We Find Keys & Cars’ technology solves a myriad of challenges confronting fleet and logistics managers,” said Udall. “It is a cost effective yet robust system that can significantly impact enterprise efficiency, revenue, and profits. I am excited to join the IoTDA team and help accelerate the market expansion of our solutions.”

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